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Robert Clarke, Cheriece Knox and Ernest Dishon Burke identified as victims in Mile High Murders No. 54, 55 and 56

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The Denver Corner's Office has made victim identifications in three recent killings.

The man slain in Mile High Murder No. 54 on November 18 has been identified as Robert Clarke, who's also known as Stanley Ledbetter. The woman who died in Mile High Murder No. 55 on November 19 was Cheriece Knox. And the man shot to death in Mile High Murder No. 56 on November 21 at Saturday's Night Club, a strip club located in the area on view above (if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map") was Ernest Dishon Burke.

Thus far, no arrests in any of these incidents...

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